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May 16, 2014 11:35pm PDT
tomorrow morning. >> right now on jimmy kimmle, actor nathan lane. >> good night, everyone. >> announcer: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight nathan lane. author adam carolla. this week in unnecessary censorship. and music from royal blood. with cleto and the cletones. and now moving right long, here's jimmy kimmel! thank godzilla it's friday. i don't usually tell traditional jokes, i don't tell knock-knock jokes, i heard a really good one yesterday. you want to hear it? here goes. knock-knock. >> who's there? >> jimmy: pooh-pooh. >> pooh-pooh who? >> jimmy: pooh-pooh in the bathtub. my niece wrote it. she is 2 years old. and i tell you, the first, the first ten times, she told it it wasn't that funny. but the 11th time that's when it became hilarious. this is interesting. potentially helpful in an emergency situation. the fcc has just introduce aid new way to contact emergency services in certain states you can text 911. which its good, because it was such a pain calling 911. first you have to dial 9 and then 1, 1 again. it's like, uh. unfortunately, it if yo
May 23, 2014 6:00pm PDT
there's a guy on the platform. according to police that is 21-year-old nathan barker an you see nathan get down on the tracks just after a train passed through the station. there is a train approaching the station. you see nathan waving his arms trying to alert the train he's there on the tracks. >> it's like he's hailing a cab. >> yes. >> you can't hail a train. >> according to reports this man was under the influence of alcohol and possibly drugs at the time this incident happened. watch this moment as the train comes into the station. >> watch. >> this bozo boneheaded move caused a 90-minute delay for 12 different trains. >> he got really lucky the conductor saw him. i'm thinking it's dark. >> not so lucky because nathan barker appeared in court and pled guilty to obstructing the railway and he was sentenced to 16 weeks in jail. >> geez. >> look at that buzzard circling him. it's like he knows. >> jax the dog is skinny and starving so a veterinarian. >> took the dog in and said he would care for him as long as he could. >> see what dr. matt did to give jax a second chance. plus it's
May 26, 2014 11:35pm PDT
the mobile devises. up next >> announcer: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, nathan lane. author adam carolla. "this week in unnecessary censorship." and music from royal blood. with cleto and the cletones. and now, moving right along, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm jimmy. thank you for watching. thanks for coming to visit. [ cheers and applause ] wow. what a reception. i'll do my best to make this a -- hey, thank godzilla it's friday, right, guys? i don't usually tell traditional jokes, you know, like the ones people tell each other while playing golf, and i especially don't tell knock-knock jokes, but i heard a really good one yesterday. you want to hear it? [ cheers and applause ] too bad if you didn't, i guess, but here goes. knock-knock. >> who's there? >> jimmy: pooh-pooh. >> pooh-pooh who? >> jimmy: pooh-pooh in the bathtub. my niece wrote it. she's 2 years old. [ cheers and applause ] you know what? i'd say the first ten times she told it, it wasn't that funny. but the 11th time that's when it became hilarious. this is interesting.
May 24, 2014 12:37am PDT
, north carolina. this chevy pickup driven by josh berry with his friend nathan and shaylee inside may have cut them off. >> he got up beside me. leaned out the window. pointing saying he is going to kill me. >> reporter: the chase was on. for 30 to 40 minutes, with their 4-year-old child in the back seat, the turners tailed the young trio. josh berry says he tried to lose them but they followed him all the way to his friend nathan's driveway. >> when we saw him get out of the car the i threw the truck in park. turned off the keys. looked at nathan. i guess he is really going to come up here. >> reporter: in that moment, barry's friend shealee started rolling her cell phone video camera. >> when he walked up, he said a couple of words, threw a punch. it was on like donkey kong. >> reporter: on like donkey kong. turner goes down, and remember, his child is in the back seat. >> the first time i looked up, honestly, that's when i seen the kids in the car. that's the only reason i didn't keep kicking. >> reporter: look at this. >> you see his wife coming out of the car, she's got a gun, ha
May 5, 2014 10:00pm EDT
than an hour. we have nathan gonzales of the rothenberg political report. this time he is here to talk about the 36 gubernatorial races taking place in 2014. races,get to specific nathan gonzales, set the map for us. how may mansions are democrats defending and how many are republican defending? guest: we have 14 that held the democrats. both of all the governorships are on a four-year cycle. back we are in 2014, we go to 2010, which was a good republican year. it means there are more democratic offense of opportunities than what republicans have. of the bigger states have some of the biggest fights. we're talking about ohio, pennsylvania, michigan, florida, texas. california is not much of a competitive race. most of the big states are in the cycle. you can check out rothenberg political we're going to go through several of the states in the segment aired we will start with targets for democrats. here are the top three. targets areop three maine, pennsylvania and florida. there was a three-way race. it was an independent who came from the democratic side, who is running on
Apr 30, 2014 9:00pm EDT
or walk again. new technology is making that possible. in 2005, nathan harding founded ekso bionics that mixed the wearable suit. -- that makes the wearable suit. nathan joins me now. nathan, i saw the video of the ekso, and i'm seeing the real thing. i have to begin by putting it to you, this is like the bionic world come to life, isn't it? >> we think it is. we think we are at the forefront. it's starting with things like this. you will see people running faster, jumping higher. >> describe the ekso suit to somebody who does not know about this kind of stuff. >> this is called the human exoskeleton. it is essentially a wearable robot. we are all about augmenting strength and endurance. to do that, you have to wrap the machine around the person. this particular wearable robot is for rehabilitation. it replaces the strength of your hips and knees with these two motors for your hips and these two motors for the knees. it is set up so that i can be adjustmented with quick adjustments here and here. the batteries can be changed very fast. i can get from one patient to another in a shor
May 5, 2014 3:00am PDT
of all, which is to welcome our new staff member nathan web who is seated right behind me today staffing our bridge line. nathan just joined our office two weeks ago, and he is doing the work that mike alonzo had done before him. he will be the face you see and the voice you hear when interacting with our office. nathan comes from a strong customer service background and that's already been completely evident in his first two weeks here. so, we're just delighted to have him on board as part of the mod staff. and i wanted to welcome nathan. the next topic i wanted to talk about is something that our public comment touched on a little earlier, and that's that today, april 18th is earthquake day. it's an anniversary of the 1906 earthquake, the 106th anniversary. and this is year of 2014 is also going to be the 25th anniversary of loma-prieta. and, so, anniversaries are always just that fabulous opportunity to think about what we need to do personally and also as a community to get prepared. so, i want to give you those reminders about checking your stash. one of the most important things to
May 5, 2014 7:01am EDT
going to talk nathan gonzales. we will be right back. ♪ >> half the reason i did this book is martha. when she arrived in berlin with she was in love with what she referred to as a nazi revolution. she was enthralled by not sees, which really struck me as a completely surprising thing, given what we know in hindsight. ed in thrall with the not too revolution, but there she was. eight.'s sundays at now available at your favorite bookseller. >> if you take that hundred 50-ish number -- that hundred 150-ish number, the work to identify that spectrum is now. they are staggering. nowo projects that between and 2018, the demand for mobile wireless will increase eightfold. if you got traffic in washington was going to increase aid for between now and five years from now you would say we need some new roads. well, we face that same problem, we need more spectrum. the additional infrastructure investment will help, new technology will help, that we probably also ought to be working at figuring out what that next launch is after the incentive auction. for the telecom industry. ? we have nathan
Comedy Central
May 1, 2014 9:30am PDT
are "nathan, which dish is better?". now i say you can have it all with our new seafood trios! red lobster's new seafood trios is three times delicious! choose one option from the wood-fire grill, one signature shrimp dish, and a pasta like new lobster mac and cheese. three choices all on one plate. just $15.99. for a limited time only! you can build it any way that you like, pick your three favorite things. it is spectacular! i'm nathan tavernaris and i sea food differently. >> stephen: welcome back, everybody, my guest tonight has won five tonys. just one more and that will be six. please welcome audra mcdonald. (applause) audra, thank you so much for coming back. good to see you. >> thank you. >> stephen: i love it when you're on the show. >> i have a good time on your show. >> stephen: i'm really excited about the any show, lady day at emmerson's bar and grill, you play billiest holiday. >> billie holiday was one of the most iconic jazz singers of the last century, basically. and the show takes place in march of 1959, about four months before she died. and she was a bit, she was drug a
May 16, 2014 11:00pm PDT
nathan lane. >> good night, everyone. >> announcer: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight nathan lane. author adam carolla. this week in unnecessary censorship. and music from royal blood. with cleto and the cletones. and now moving right long, here's jimmy kimmel!
May 8, 2014 5:00pm EDT
will have the results at the end of the show. coming up, dan nathan is back with another grip reaper call and big box retailer that may be headed for a major fall. plus, the dean valuation is here to stake his claim on alibaba. some of the hottest stocks out there. he gives us his take next. can you start tomorrow? tomorrow we're booked solid. we close on the house tomorrow. tomorrow we go live... it's a day full of promise. and often, that day arrives by train. big day today? even bigger one tomorrow. csx. how tomorrow moves. it's all about latency. about speeds and feeds. it's all about how fast does it run. i often sit with enterprises who ask me about how mission critical and how's the performance of the cloud. and i tell them, if you can maker gamers happy, you can make anybody happy. . >>> ecommerce, alibaba, we have got the main known for its valuation. tesla and twitter before its ipo. now he's unveiling his brand new valuation of alibaba for the first time. let's bring in professor of finance and master of valuation. it's great to have you with us. >> thank you. >> what's the num
May 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
'm melissa lee. our traders tonight are tim seymour, dan nathan, karen finerman, and guy adami. tonight's top story, buying growth. while everyone's talking about the nearly $50 billion deal between at&t and directv, there are two other effect deadlines reportedly in the works, google looking to buy video game streaming service twitch for $1 billion and twitter looking to buy audio sharing company sound cloud. so are all of these tech deals just a desperate attempt for companies to find growth right now? and that, dan, seems to be at least for the twitter move and this audio. >> i don't know if it's growth because there's no earnings in nif these things. but it's really eyeballs. it brings you back to 10, 15 years ago when we had 9 last tech bubble, when everybody was fighting for eyeballs. obviously they're fighting for ear buds and other things too right here. for a company like google they should be taking in as many $1 billion little gimmicky things they think they can do that will make it more use tofl their users and make their property stickier. i think it makes sense. >> but it sounds
May 31, 2014 12:00am PDT
'm not on it, but everybody else. you've got great people. low, russnauer, chuck freeman. good lord. nathan east. >> i basically called everybody. this album is to celebrate my 20 years making music and is a remake of my first album. that first record i made when i was in college. basically, it was me in the bedroom and that is how i made that one. that was the beginning of the new technology where you could make records in your bedroom. it wasn't the greatest production so i always wanted to go back and redo it with the greatest people in the world. tavis: the production is infinitely better, but what about the content. you as excited to revisit the material 20 years ago? does it hold up? >> that is why wanted to redo it because the songs were so interesting and not jaded by the industry. so to go back and revisit these songs with the great players was what was exciting to me because they brought this life out of these songs that i never had initially. i was trying to program the john's -- the drums on a drama seem to try to sound like this particular drummer from the yellowjackets. and no
May 31, 2014 7:00am EDT
am emily chang. 15-year-old nathan han was the big winner at the science fair. he won a top prize of $75,000 and got carried off the stage by his friends. his project used big data to identify the characteristics with the gene of cancer. cory johnson asked how he found out that he won. >> i found out as they were calling my name. it was pretty amazing. i was completely speechless. >> how do you define, i have heard people explain what you did, and you explain it to me? >> i created a process that can be used to predict whether or not mutations are likely because cancer were not. i did this by mining data from public domain databases and doing a statistical analysis and applying machine learning. that is like an algorithm that you can use to teach computers to classify data. >> this is a basic concept. tell me how you wrote this code and what was unique about it. >> i used this language and my rhythm was unique in that it is unsupervised. it is flexible. it allowed me to mine data from public the main databases. i did not have a lot of research access to proprietary databases. prev
May 1, 2014 6:00pm PDT
wayne jones and from then another new prospects and twenty three year old nathan kelly in from hydro which have pleaded not guilty. like commons to run an amusement arcade in limerick was shot once in the chest by unknown gunmen on the ninth of april two thousand and nine the special criminal court today two men went on trial for his murder the prosecution says this money can convene with the driver of the car used in the attack. he thinks that dwayne johnson was in custody at the time directed events and telephone calls from prison. opening the case senior counsel michael hagan said there would be strong circumstantial evidence to connect snake and killeen who was seen at the shopping center shortly before the shooting. he was later found hiding in the second after kindy had surrounded the house. he said much of the evidence would come from a number of witnesses one of whom had associations with the two accused some of these witnesses were criminal associates. the key witness karen collins is also known as guards killed one thing he was the first twenty thousand euro to try the carp
May 12, 2014 3:00pm EDT
, nathan bacharach and steve grasso will join us off the trading floor. dom, did traders think this was coming? >> it's interesting because we talk about all the geopolitical risks with the referendums and the ukraine and the tensions with russia and everything else. the economic data has been maybe questionable. you couldn't figure out what was going on. what's interesting about today's rally is that there has been so much skepticism overall about what's been happening with the market and all of a sudden you have a bit of a base, at least building with some of these stocks, the momentum names, the netflix and amazons. maybe there are buyers, not fundamental -- i'm not saying that there's a fundamental case to boy the stocks what. i'm hearing from traders is if you find a solid base for some of these names that have been beaten down so hard over the past few weeks that it might provide a little bit of support for the overall markets. >> and suddenly parts of this market that were hated. the biotechs and social media names. declines of 20% or more. look at the twitter. look at t
May 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
the nasdaq market sis in new york city times square, i'm melissa lee. dan nathan, steve grasso, guy adami. weak corporate earnings weighing on the broader market. home depot is up today but the company missed earnings expectation sparking new fears about the lagging housing market. dan nathan, you are a bear but does this feed into your thesis here? >> i'm not a bear. i'm just skeptical here. for anybody to look at what went on today in the xrt, the retail etf, this has been happening now for months and months, if not quarters, that retail companies u.s. focused have been missing and disappointing on sales. a lot of the earnings beats we've seen have been manufacturing. these guys are buying back stock hand over fist. reminds us of what happened in 2007 before things turned. i don't see it as a brig surprise. i'd say that q1, it was the really harsh weather. if we don't see a pick-up in q2 in retail sales, it is going to be ugly. >> we are entering a seasonally weak period for retail. there's no catalyst, no back to school, no holiday season. this is not the time to earn retailers. home d
May 25, 2014 6:00am EDT
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Al Jazeera America
May 12, 2014 1:30pm EDT
the luckiest man alive. >> nathan is one of the robot's inventers. not build for the are meat feed but for the credit military field. >> there's a huge problem in the field for soldiers carrying the large loads, in fact they want to carry more. we were helping to develop exoskeletons. to carry the person's weight and more as well. >> it can be powered by a small battery pack and then there's that whole walking thing. >> it takes over the function of the muscles in your legs. it can do that either completely, for a person who's completely paralyzed, or partially for someone who is rethroarng walk, like someone who -- credit relearning to walk, like someone who has just had a stroke. >> i put the device in walk-mode and take the first right step and as i move my body the exo will move with me. if i don't move to the any next position the exo stops. >> test pilots like amanda boxtel and jason geezer, how have they helped you advance this technology. >> they have helped tremendously. everything is unpredictable once you introduce a human into the situation. 38 had a different i
Comedy Central
Apr 30, 2014 7:30pm PDT
) hallmark. look what they just did a few days ago in georgia. >> governor nathan deal signed the safe carry protection act of 2014. >> jon: the safe carry protection act. it's not bad. got the word safe and protection in it. sounds okay. >> critics are calling it the guns everywhere law. [ laughter ] >> jon: that sounds worse. [laughter] just out of curiosity will -- where will this safe carrying take place? >> when the law goes into law firearms will be allowed in unsecured public buildings like library and recreational centers and parts of airports that lie outside security checkpoints. >> jon: why would you take a gun to the airport? trying to get the attention of the person you are picking up. it's over here aunt patty. patty over here! [laughter] we gotta wait for luggage. all right. that's hardly guns everywhere. >> they can be brought into bars and house of worship, teachers and school officials can carry their guns into classrooms so long as the district allows it. >> jon: classrooms. it's not just gun rights it's education reform. [ laughter ] yeah, hey you want to come up here and
Comedy Central
May 28, 2014 12:01am PDT
-seconds on the clock starting now and go. >> i love the smell of nathan in the morning. >> chris: tuxedo guy. >> took that from tuxedo guy. >> chris: norman. >> here is looking at you, kiddie porn. >> chris: that would ruin that movie quote points. sara schaefer. >> i will be nickel back. but you have to say it like schwartz negativer. >> i will be nickel back. >> exterminator. >> chris: my son will, my son will come out tomorrow. >> chris: points. the first rule of fight club is meow meow kitty kitty. >> chris: the first rule of fight club, oh, yes. points. normand. >> this one time a concentration camp. >> chris: is that from the movie german pie? points. >> you had me at big booty hump with it. >> chris: sara. >> if you sees it, she will come. >> chris: that is the end of tonight's hashtag wars, send us your hashtag ruin a movie quote to @midnight. >> >> >> chris: welcome back to @midnight. if you happen to be in the new york area i'll be performing at caroline's on broadway may 3rd through third and we added another night for tickets and information go to care lines. >> carolines
FOX News
May 4, 2014 12:30pm PDT
alaska on thursday. they were reportedly there to arrest the father of suspected gunman nathan yal kingas. his son armed himself with an assault rifle and then shot seven times. nathaniel kingas has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder. amplgts democratic congressman calling on his party to boycott a proposed special committee to investigate the benghazi attack. republicans are pushing for a probe into the obama administration's response to that deadly attack. after e-mails surfaced showed the white house involved in what may have been a cover-up in the days to follow that attack. but democratic congressman adam schiff says it's a closed book. >> we have had four bipartisan investigations. i don't think it makes sense for us to give this select committee any more contribute than it deserves. >> the state department told the libyan congress that there was a terrorist organization that committed these attacks. why is it that we told the libyans the truth and told the american people a lie? that's right at the heart of it. >> joining me now, chief congressional correspondent f
May 2, 2014 5:00am PDT
likes of nathan kept getting eight hours have you know the one exception was like in the highchair. you know what to swim. is it like everybody else i think it's actually get all the time. these busy times for the cheapest diary is held through everything and i haven't sleep yet for me it's that i can. i know you know. gates. i'm setting it better than the skin under category a giggle. this season so that's awesome it's this thing might get that ice fact that your topical. it's a joy that i get yet didn't she. sixteen smell of leather kevin sites like the guy on the crafts as well as doing local peaks. she has made guest appearances at the brit folk tunes and has been considerably busier since the release of the album with her new song. she has no traveling no further afield including a recent appearance of the film but the show weekend in wales. the last few books she's had a number of radio interviews of a national basis of interference chill bumps up liking the title so you too like the social media has helped to raise her profile that's why i am easy to give states the law. it is kn
May 6, 2014 5:00am PDT
on the stove and we will see to it. they see me and nathan talking down from the system i think i'm a twenty to make his own. life went on in my state. the unavoidable to something that we can one man isn't it easy on to the this week. the land of. song online. he admits the road the origins of the job here just to be shown me just add to this position in eastern europe. wish it was about as directors at the korean quite good. the interest of mine hunters from norwegian netherlands belgium and is doing a reading test is to keep security is of note it's the antithesis of interest want is right. the most authentic evidence is increasingly true color to use to you from the beginning of. the not to fight to some reasons above to qantas and import for several months the ship or ceramic in the temple host of history was it that the seventy s had been trained. he had us down. a special military camp was located and the security service has became a citizen of ukraine could use to work with a foreign intelligence it was accepted by the russian main intelligence estimate nie nie and the detained per
Apr 30, 2014 11:00pm PDT
wind yet. this is strictly heat. >> reporter: residents are taking notice. nathan dalton thought twice about using a mosquito candle. >> i had a candle wondering should i use this candle because it is so dry and hot. >> what did you do? >> blew it out. not worth it. >> reporter: with dry grass as quick kindling he hired crews to clear this away from his property. >> we are always worried a few years ago we had a big fire and we barely got out. >> theyed a the -- they added crews weeks ahead of the wildfire season. the beginning of what could prove to be a very dangerous year. abc7 news. >> the hot weather caused cal-osha to issue their first heat regulation. it requires basic protection for outdoor workers including fresh water and shaded areas for breaks. the officials say they will inspect the agricultural construction, landscaping and other outdoor work sites during hot weather like this. >>> the police department is cracking down on people who leave their pets in cars. one person was cited and faces a $500 fine for leaving an animal in a hot car. on an 85-degree day temperatures ca
May 4, 2014 11:00pm PDT
as far as celebrating it but i have a problem with you trying to silence my freedoms. >> nathan fisher brings forward the issue. >> we are a frecountry. no matter what day it is we should have the right flying the american nag, that being said the beauty of this country we can fly any flag on any day. >> reporter: we expect a large turnout of protesters and police tomorrow there may not be all that many kids. some parents indicated they are keeping their kids at home. in morgan hill, don knapp, kpix5. >>> the school district released it this video that they made to promote unity and peace. >> i look at the campus filled with respect. >> we don't really. [indiscernible] want to show the media and the world and the community we are over this. >> they created a banner with their handprints on it. united of the roots we are all different branches of the tree, and they made tree-themed t- shirts. >>> the park service is investigating a death in marin county. a body was found away from the ocean and away from hiking trails. the location of the body and the clothing is not consistent with hi
May 28, 2014 11:00pm PDT
josh reddick swinging bottom 9th joe nathan pitching josh donaldson up with two on donaldson hits a 3-run walk off home run to win it he gets the pie in the face from reddick final: 3-1 a's a's pass tigers for best record in the american league giants/cubs no such as theatrics' after their game. tim lncecum weird outting today top 1st pablo sandoval makes another great diving stop and guns out the runner at first lince cum likes it bottom 2nd vern glenn doing his annual ball-dude appearance can't handle the hard foul the great vern glenn top 5th lincecum strikes out edwin jackson he has not allowed a hit but after walking his 4th batter george kontos is summoned to the pen bruce bochy pulled lincecum after the 5th with the no- hittwer intect lincecum: 5 ip, 4 walks, hit a batter 96 pitches but no hits bottom 6th/ scorelss sandoval singles up the midle angel pagan scores 1-0 giants top 7th/ 1 out jeremy affeldt gives up a single to alameda native john baker to break up the no-hitter 8 outs away bottom 7th/ after sandoval was walked intentionally hector sanchez makes the cubs pay with
May 29, 2014 11:00pm PDT
base to end it joe nathan - after blowing it yesterday shaky again today but picks up the save final: 5-4 tigers stephen curry community assist award warriors all-star stephen curry was at the teams practice facility this morning to accept the kia community assist award in recognition of his efforts in the community and ongoing charitable work. kia and the nba will donate $25,000 to "thanksusa" will provide 8 college scholarships to military families. after his press conference curry was asked about the mark jackson firinghe said he was "shocked" when it happened and hasn't yet spoken with owner joe lacob about it sot: curry nhl canadians at rangers #6 the n.y. rangers have made the stanley cup finals for the first time since 1994 goalie henrik lundquvist with the 18 save shutout rangers black canadians 1-0 win series 4-2 will face either the kings or blackhawks in the finals that's it for the kron 4 news at 11. stay connected with kron 4 and get latest news at kron 4 dot com. or download one of our mobile apps. we'll see you tomorrow morning! ithe part of us that a littwants to play,on
Al Jazeera America
May 14, 2014 7:00pm EDT
% of my ending income. >> reporter: farmers like nathan own the rights to their own ground water. yet with the drought many have too little of it to feed the crops. instead to make ends meet they're selling what's left at a premium to gas and oil companies. with more than 50,000 oil and gas wells across the state an up to 2,000 new ones built each year those water demands are getting louder. >> i heard of a farmer selling water for $4,000 an acre foot. traditionally here in our area we've been age to buy an acre of water for agriculture use for $100. he's making 40 times more by selling it commercially. >> reporter: this carlsbad commercial water sells are done bdonage knowledging how much they've drained and how much they owe. it's this system that has helped those like nathan make ends me meet. >> it has added income to the farm and it's been a nice diversity of the farm adding another crop in a way of one that grows in the winter, too. >> if you look at where fracking is going on, west texas, south texas, these are really dry areas where the drought is very severe. it's become a re
FOX News
May 1, 2014 10:00pm PDT
, and increase in psa. ask your doctor about axiron. my guests are "nathan, which dish is better?". now i say you can have it all with our new seafood trios! red lobster's new seafood trios is three times delicious! choose one option from the wood-fire grill, one signature shrimp dish, and a pasta like new lobster mac and cheese. three choices all on one plate. just $15.99. for a limited time only! you can build it any way that you like, pick your three favorite things. it is spectacular! i'm nathan tavernaris and i sea food differently. >>> what are businesses doing? doesn't look like they did well. after a 5.7% gain if spending in the fourth quarter, it dropped 2.1%. this has just stopped dead in the tracks. >> it's hard to prevent the american people from creating wealth. it's an achievement to make the economy grow this slow. 44% of the jobs created since the recession ended five years ago this coming june are in food services, retailing or low-wage entry jobs. this is a calamity and it's happening when we're in this revolution of energy independence and collapsing energy prices. it's astonis
May 30, 2014 11:00am PDT
, colin powell. there are others. i watched governor nathan diehl get an award from the national drug system. senator rob portman in the senate. there are people that can do this. but there is going to be an argument. they better -- they better get a dignified huge person to step forward and take charge of this. >> i would say exception to nathan diehl since he can't shovel the snow in georgia. i have a hard time thinking he's going to be able to deal with the va. >> we have to leave it there, thank you. >>> up next, the other big story today, the billion dollar buy. husband donald isn't playing ball. honestly, the off-season isn't really off for me. i've got a lot to do. that's why i got my surface. it's great for watching game film and drawing up plays. it's got onenote, so i can stay on top of my to-do list, which has been absolutely absurd since the big game. with skype, it's just really easy to stay in touch with the kids i work with. alright, russell you are good to go! alright, fellas. alright, russ. back to work! live in the same communities that we serve. people here know tha
May 9, 2014 3:00pm PDT
's happening right here in georgia with governor nathan deal. but the people here are fighting hard in protest. >> medicaid expansion now! >> inside the senate chambers, and outside the doors, dozens of people erupting in cheers, chants and sat down on the floor. some were arrested this morning and even more late this afternoon during coordinated protests. >> 39 people were arrested at that protest here in atlanta in march. since january, demonstrators have taken action in the state capitol as part of the moral monday movement. refusing to stand by while governor deal and the republican legislature continue to block the medicaid expansion. this is really a small price to pay, given the fact that there are a lot of people handcuffed to poverty. >> the real criminal act is nathan deal not doing the right thing by people of the state. . >> they're calling it a criminal act by governor deal by denying 650,000 people coverage. louisiana is also among those in 24 states denying care. but that is why the fight continues here in georgia. that is why people are demonstrating. that's what gives me a lot
May 14, 2014 1:00am PDT
, southern governor who was a republican who made the opposite decision. nathan diehl would not expand medicaid even when hospitals warned they were going broke and shutting down from treating so many people without health insurance. the governor said no and that's followed him around. that decision has been really unpopular in squa are. look at this. this was the poll posted this this weekend. they asked registered voters if they would be more or less likely to vote for deal because of the decision not to expand medicaid. 13% said they would be more likely. 40% said they would be less likely to vote for him because of that policy. the governor signed a new deal they are calling the guns everywhere deal. it opens the way to bring a concealed weapon into churches, bars and maybe the gun lobby and the conservative media cheered that decision. the people of georgia didn't like it. that law is polling at 37% in georgia. 59% of people in georgia say they don't approve of the guns everywhere law that nathan deal signeded. that law is unpopular. now polling from the atlanta journal constituti
May 21, 2014 12:00am PDT
of the governor's race in georgia, nathan deal is running for re-election. he has no problem holding on to the nomination for the job he currently holds. jason carter wins the democratic nomination, as well. it was just handed to him. georgia hasn't had a democratic governor in the last decade. is jason carter thought of as having a chance against nathan deal? >> he is. he is a well-financed campaign. he tapped in to his grandfather's network of supporters. there's excitement around it and polling shows he's in a close race. the governor three points ahead right now. same thing with the senate race. governor deal has not focused on carter yet. he had his own primary to win and did so handedly today. he is tracking 70% plus, a really low turnout race today. >> nerms of the national attention on georgia i think everyone expected kentucky would be a harder fight for mitch mcconnell and republicans wouldn't have trouble holding on to the saxby chambliss seat. as the national media converges on your beat and coverages georgia in terms of figuring out who will be controlling the senate nex
May 21, 2014 6:00am PDT
in the brown district seat. and republican governor nathan deal won. and finally in arkansas, democrats hope republican candidates up and down the ballot can help them hold the governor's mansion. former democratic congressman mike ross easily defeated his competitor bryant and he'll take on asa hutchinson, who ran for governor himself back in '06. democrats home having roth at the top of the pickett will help him win over tom cotton. and democrats hope former fema administrator can beat his challenger. >> and democrat brendan boyle who beat marjorie margolis in the race. coming up, we'll get an update on the veterans affairs administration there. we have not heard from the president on the v.a. issues since the trip to asia. you're watching "the daily rundown" on msnbc. we know we're not the center of your life, but we'll do our best to help you connect to what is. new business owner, it would be one thing i've learned is my philosophy is real simple american express open forum is an on-line community, that helps our members connect and share ideas to make smart business decisions. if you m
May 16, 2014 5:00pm EDT
the name of the game all over again? dan nathan, what do you think? >> well, it is, but if you're looking at the vix, it's not. let's just think about it. what happened this week, you know, we saw the yield on the ten-year get demolished and people were running towards bonds. it makes some sense if you think about it, but there's also another safety trade. i know i sound like a broken record but it's the s&p 500. there seems to be a perceived safety in owning the largest cap stocks in the world, and that's why you have the vix at $12 at two-year lows. to me i actually think you focus on the bonds here. they have every reason to go down, and they're not, and so to me it does tell you that there are some investors out there who are going for really the only safe haven asset in the world, and that's treasuries. >> you don't think the vix is maybe still a little too much complacen complacency. >> the vix could be up 20% and the first time we have a 5% sell-off and they will be like where were you at 12? >> first off, it's interesting you said that, dan. where were you at 12%? it will be 14% a
May 20, 2014 7:00pm PDT
. >> pretty significant. first one in georgia. we will talk about georgia, incumbent governor nathan deal, he get the republican nomination. but look who will be challenging him on the democratic side. a guy by the name of jason carter. jason carter happens to be the grandson of the former president of the united states, jimmy carter. there he is, jason carter, democratic nominee. ji son carter against nathan deal, we will see what happens in georgia. one another gubernatorial race, pennsylvania, an incumbent republican governor. tom corbit, the republican nominee, seeking reelection. but tom wolf will be the democratic challenger to tom corbit. tom beating allison swart. that is the seat that chelsea clinton's mother-in-law tried to get. tom wolf will face tom corbit in pennsylvania. normally a democratic state but there is a democratic governor in pennsylvania at left for now. >> can we go back to this? this mitch mcconnell race is a very important test. rand paul is a tea party favorite. how important is rand paul's support? >> very important. i think dana can tell you, he endorsed mitch m
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May 24, 2014 11:30am PDT
on a building just up from a very hip starbucks. it reads, nathan hale, legendary 21-year-old hero of the revolutionary war was hanged as an american spy on sunday, september 22nd, 1776. probably within 100 yards of here. frankly, there's a brief instinct to look around for a ghost, to imagine that brutal moment of our revolutionary past, so memorable was captain hale's death, at least three other locations claim to be the site of the hanging, including the yale club in midtown. but british diaries say it was indeed right there on a windy rise in my neighborhood that this extraordinary man faced his executioners. just before he wore the noose, captain hale simply said he regretted not having more than one life to lose for his country. that thought alone has carried his name into the ranks of unashamed patriot. the story of nathan hale is not a required study in most schools today. he's just another of history's boring white guys, not cynical enough for today's america. too bad. as he was one of those men who make history worth a second look. blond and blue-quied, he grew up in cove
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